Arminians say that Calvinism makes God a respector of persons. I would like to point out that it is the Arminian that does this, not the Calvinist. Notice: 1.)Calvinist's say that God chose individuals based on nothing "inside or about" the person that set him apart from others. It was simply according to His own "purpose" and "will" (Eph. 1:11). However: 2.)The Arminian says that what makes one differ from another is their "faith". This puts the choice of God on something done in or by the person therefore God chooses based on something done by the person. In conlusion: This would give him room to glory because: "The one who recieved Christ must not have been as hard, rebellious, or captive as the one who rejected... If belief arises from the unregenerate heart and distinguishes one man from another while all had the same natural or bestowed capacity, then the exercising of that capacity must be better than not exercixing it. If it is better (and arises from a capability of the unregenerate), then the believer has contributed to his own salvation." - Quote from "By His Grace and For His Glory: A Historical, Theological, and Practical Study of the Doctrines of Grace in Baptist Life".